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Antimony (Sb)

Antimony (Sb)

Antimony was recognized in ancient times and has been known as a metal since at least the 17th century. Antimony is widespread and found in more than 100 minerals, most frequently in the form of sulfide stibnite.

Antimony is a poor conductor of heat and electricity, and it and many of its compounds are toxic.

It is used to make infrared detectors, diodes, and other devices. Since it increases lead’s mechanical strength and hardness, about half of available antimony is used to produce batteries, alloys, metals, bullets, cable sheathing, and other minor products.

Antimony compounds (oxides, sulfides, sodium antimonate, antimony trichloride, and others) are used in flame-proofing materials, paints and ceramic enamels, glass, and pottery.

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